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This paper describes trends concerning the analysis of steel structures using FEM and Big Data from two perspectives: i) the increase of the computing capacity and ii) the de-sign guidelines. For the former, computers allow performing considerably vast studies for frames, members or cross-section verification. For the latter, guidelines follow a particularly careful pace when it comes to standardizing new methodologies related to the use of FE in the analysis of steel structures. Both trends move at a rather different speed, with consequences in steel design in a broad sense. The paper presents emphasis of the discussions in the frame of TC8 encompassing “Numerical Modeling”- “Structural Design”- “Statistics” and “Big Data” .
CitationChacon, R., Zorrilla, R., Uribe, N., Duñó, C. Steel bridge launching analysis using advanced numerical simulations. A: Stability and Ductility of Steel Structures. "Proceedings of the International Colloquium on Stability and Ductility of Steel Structures". Timisoara: Wiley, 2016, p. 83-90.
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